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Aimee Fox

Fox, Aimee
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Kansas State University
253 Justin Hall
1324 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506


Aimee Fox is a teaching assistant professor of gerontology in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Kansas State University. She has a bachelor’s degree in community studies and a master’s degree in human development and social policy from the University of Utah. Fox completed her doctorate degree in applied developmental science with a focus on adult development and aging from Colorado State University.

She has taught lifespan human development and family science courses for more than ten years. Fox’s primary foci for her research and outreach work are promoting the health of well-being of family caregivers, family relationships across the life course, and quality of life for individuals and their family caregivers at the end of life.

In her free time, Fox enjoys spending time with her family, exploring the outdoors, knitting, and reading.


Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Science, Colorado State University, 2021
M.S. in Human Development and Social Policy, University of Utah, 2009
B.S. in Community Studies, University of Utah, 2007